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When river boats ruled

By September 7, 2021

For the first half of the 20th century, the Maroochy...

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Buried in treasures

By September 7, 2021

When the line between trash and treasure becomes blurred, it...

  • History

    Humble stokers – the men who sail below

    By September 14, 2021

    When James Watt invented the steam engine it changed a world where nations were connected for trade and warfare by ship and, writes JAYNE KEOGH, it was a pivotal moment...

  • Wellbeing

    The bare bones about beating osteo

    By September 7, 2021

    Calcium and osteoporosis are two conditions related to the bones. TRUDY KITHER explains that it’s a common misconception that women get osteoporosis because they are lacking calcium.

  • Wealth

    No excuse for not having a granny flat agreement

    By September 7, 2021

    Granny flat arrangements are nice in theory but can come unstuck in practice. DON MACPHERSON explains why it’s essential to have a written agreement in place.

  • Wellbeing

    Travel across the generations

    By September 7, 2021

    The younger generation are a friendly lot who tend to be inclusive of their elders. JUDY RAFFERTY finds that it can be rewarding to connect with people of different ages.

  • Your Life

    Jeep begins its move away from petrol engines

    By September 7, 2021

    Jeep, celebrating 80 years in Australia, is playing both ends of tomorrow’s automotive game with a hybrid-powered Wrangler and a petrol-engined V8 Wrangler Rubicon now on offer, writes BRUCE McMAHON

  • People

    Meet the unlikely private eye

    By September 7, 2021

    When you think private investigator a multitude of television personalities come to mind, from Magnum PI to Dick Tracey, but none of them come close to the real world of...

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